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Ric
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I climbed onto the Energy and Capital newsletter a few months ago as I have an interest in alternate energy given that I have been a natural resource & policy economic analyst by trade for the past 20 years. Up front you should know that I do not buy into the panic doom and gloom hype about global warming being man made or that humans can prevent or affect a solar based natural occurrence. However, there is money to be made on the backs of those Algorebots that do. One of the things I monitor for another “watch group” is… Read more »
Tim Zadek
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This letter is free, so value for the money is pretty darn good. Chris Nelder and Keith Kohl know the oil market inside and out, they don’t offer that many free picks, you usually have to pay for the services, but the research is consistently in depth.

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